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Tyler finished his honours at UNSW with Marc Wilkins in 2019 and has since been working as a research assistant in proteomics and molecular biology. His current role involves creating new synthetic DNA constructs for expression in zebrafish for subsequent live cell imaging, as well as proteomic studies focused on protein interactions in MND. Coming from a background in synthetic biology, Tyler is inspired by the likes of Craig Venter and hopes to apply these concepts to the study of MND to generate novel therapeutics.

Education/Academic qualification

Molecular and Cell Biology, Bachelor of Advanced Science (Hon), UNSW Sydney

1 Jan 201621 Dec 2019

Award Date: 30 Jan 2020

External positions

Research Assistant, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

Nov 2019Aug 2020


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